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  1. As usual, you have so many projects going on!

    It’s funny that you like your westerns better and I like your regencies better. And your voice is different when you switch from one to the other. That takes talent! 🙂 I do love your westerns, but my heart is still with the regencies. I actually like everything you write!

    • If I didn’t have these projects, I wouldn’t know what to do with myself. I’m the type who needs to be doing something all the time.
      I’ve decided I’m not going to sprint for a while. I might in the future, but for now, I’m going to relax and use my old method of writing, though I will say sprinting did yield greater results.

      That is funny that you prefer my Regencies. I was afraid since historical westerns are my favorite that it would show up in how I write Regencies (meaning, they wouldn’t be as good). I’m glad that’s not the case. I do love writing Regencies. You can get away with so much more in Regencies, especially in scandalous situations that can lead to marriages. What’s hard to explain is that I “feel” different when I write historical westerns and Regencies. I think that’s why my voice is different. The same is true with contemporaries. I “feel” different when I write that as well. It’s one reason I love to write in various genres. Some day, I want to do a horror novel. At the moment, I’m reading up on the genre to get a proper feel for it.

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